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Published March 4, 1922
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Article "Where I Stand — And Why" by Emil Herman (1879-1928)

Recently released political prisoner and critic of the Regular faction's actions against the Left Wing in 1919 explains why he is returning to the Socialist Party of America rather than the Workers Party of America in the aftermath of his release.

First published in the Miami Valley Socialist [Dayton, OH], v. 10, no. 526 (April 7, 1922), pg. 3.

Published in USA, public domain content.

This machine-readable pdf edited by Tim Davenport and published in Corvallis, OR by 1000 Flowers Publishing, 2007.

Non-commercial use permitted.

For biographical information on Herman, see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emil_Herman


Year 1922
Collection folkscanomy_politics; folkscanomy; additional_collections

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